Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver disclosed that he earned between $650,000 and $750,000 from his law firm in 2013, almost double the prior year's pay. Editor Michael Aronson explains the Daily News' efforts to follow the revelations regarding Silver's income.
Michael Aronson, member of the Editorial Board of the New York Daily News, talks about federal judge Shira A. Scheindlin's ruling that declares part of the NYPD's stop and frisk program unconstitutional.
In light of the Vito Lopez scandal and this week's primary election, the New York Daily News editorial board's Michael Aronson explains how the party boss system works in New York, and how their power is concentrated.
Shayana Kadidal, senior lawyer for the Center for Constitutional Rights and Michael Aronson, editorial boardmember for the New York Daily News, talk about the Justice Department's case against the FDNY alleging discrimination in their recruitment tests.
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